Benchmarks

Discussion in 'UDOO BOLT' started by LDighera, Apr 22, 2019.

  1. LDighera

    LDighera UDOOer

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    Can one of you lucky recipients of the Udoo Bolt V8 run a benchmark on it and on the x86 Advanced for a comparison? I'm interested in knowing just how much of a performance increase to expect with a V8 over the X86.

    For Windows, here's the benchmark package I use: https://www.cpuid.com/softwares/cpu-z.html

    For Linux, Novabench looks like a candidate: https://www.cpuid.com/softwares/cpu-z.html

    Please indicate the following:

    Operating system and version?
    Benchmark program used?
    RAM: GB? Make? Model?
    SSD: GB? Make? Model?
    Other pertinent information?
    Results? (A screen capture would be nice.)​

    ADVthanksVANCE
     
  2. ccs_hello

    ccs_hello UDOOer

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    Go to Geekbench . com to search Geekbench 4 result (browse > search "Seco C40" as well as "UDOO x86".
    Former is the UDOO Bolt v8 (Ryzen V1605B.)

    UDOO x86 single 900-1150
    multi 2700-3300

    UDOO BOLT v8 single 3676-4326
    multi 9641-10868
     
  3. ccs_hello

    ccs_hello UDOOer

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    BTW, another brand L's numbers are 3300 and 6600. (Make your own guess and don't say it here ....)
     
  4. sirrab

    sirrab UDOOer

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    Awwwwww keeping secrets?
     
  5. Flint

    Flint New Member

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    That's awesome! Better than my work computer and only slightly less than my full blown gaming pc!
     
  6. LDighera

    LDighera UDOOer

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    Thanks.

    That's impressive. Right up there with the Samsung Galaxy S10. :)

    The results would be a bit more meaningful if the memory and SSD brand and model were known, and the OS. Does ECC ram impact performance?

    Here's the link for the V8: https://browser.geekbench.com/v4/cpu/search?utf8=✓&q=Seco+C40
    and the X86: https://browser.geekbench.com/v4/cpu/search?utf8=✓&q=UDOO+x86

    I wasn't able to find the other brand you mentioned.

    Here's the result for my Surface as a point of reference: 3594 6513

    Microsoft Corporation Surface Pro
    Single-Core Score Multi-Core Score
    3594 6513
    Geekbench 4.3.3 Tryout for Windows x86 (64-bit)
    Result Information
    Upload Date April 23 2019 11:00 PM

    System Information
    Operating System Microsoft Windows 10 Pro (64-bit)
    Model Microsoft Corporation Surface Pro
    Motherboard Microsoft Corporation Surface Pro
    Memory 8118 MB DDR3 SDRAM 932MHz
    Northbridge Intel Kaby Lake 03
    Southbridge Intel Coffee Lake-U/Y PCH 21
    BIOS Microsoft Corporation 234.2291.769
    Processor Information
    Name Intel Core i7-7660U
    Topology 1 Processor, 2 Cores, 4 Threads
    Identifier GenuineIntel Family 6 Model 142 Stepping 9
    Base Frequency 2.50 GHz
    Maximum Frequency 3.99 GHz
    Package Socket 1528 FCBGA
    Codename Kaby Lake-U/Y
    L1 Instruction Cache 32.0 KB x 2
    L1 Data Cache 32.0 KB x 2
    L2 Cache 256 KB x 2
    L3 Cache 4.00 MB x 1
    Single-Core Performance
    Single-Core Score 3594
    Crypto Score 3536
    Integer Score 3798
    Floating Point Score 3684
    Memory Score 3016
    AES
    3536
    2.66 GB/sec

    LZMA
    3119
    4.87 MB/sec

    JPEG
    3728
    30.0 Mpixels/sec

    Canny
    3404
    47.2 Mpixels/sec

    Lua
    3763
    3.87 MB/sec

    Dijkstra
    3715
    2.51 MTE/sec

    SQLite
    3911
    108.4 Krows/sec

    HTML5 Parse
    3775
    17.1 MB/sec

    HTML5 DOM
    3948
    3.58 MElements/sec

    Histogram Equalization
    3832
    119.8 Mpixels/sec

    PDF Rendering
    3519
    93.5 Mpixels/sec

    LLVM
    5387
    370.4 functions/sec

    Camera
    3857
    10.7 images/sec

    SGEMM
    3362
    71.1 Gflops

    SFFT
    3697
    9.22 Gflops

    N-Body Physics
    3594
    2.68 Mpairs/sec

    Ray Tracing
    4006
    585.1 Kpixels/sec

    Rigid Body Physics
    3309
    9686.9 FPS

    HDR
    4053
    14.7 Mpixels/sec

    Gaussian Blur
    3808
    66.7 Mpixels/sec

    Speech Recognition
    3571
    30.6 Words/sec

    Face Detection
    3832
    1.12 Msubwindows/sec

    Memory Copy
    3002
    8.32 GB/sec

    Memory Latency
    3363
    128.7 ns

    Memory Bandwidth
    2719
    14.5 GB/sec

    Multi-Core Performance
    Multi-Core Score 6513
    Crypto Score 6090
    Integer Score 7679
    Floating Point Score 6905
    Memory Score 3404
    AES
    6090
    4.59 GB/sec

    LZMA
    7685
    12.0 MB/sec

    JPEG
    8061
    64.9 Mpixels/sec

    Canny
    6951
    96.4 Mpixels/sec

    Lua
    6528
    6.71 MB/sec

    Dijkstra
    8690
    5.88 MTE/sec

    SQLite
    6655
    184.5 Krows/sec

    HTML5 Parse
    6358
    28.9 MB/sec

    HTML5 DOM
    7689
    6.97 MElements/sec

    Histogram Equalization
    8065
    252.0 Mpixels/sec

    PDF Rendering
    7217
    191.8 Mpixels/sec

    LLVM
    11276
    775.3 functions/sec

    Camera
    8070
    22.4 images/sec

    SGEMM
    4638
    98.0 Gflops

    SFFT
    6525
    16.3 Gflops

    N-Body Physics
    6736
    5.03 Mpairs/sec

    Ray Tracing
    6835
    998.2 Kpixels/sec

    Rigid Body Physics
    8472
    24801.6 FPS

    HDR
    8537
    30.9 Mpixels/sec

    Gaussian Blur
    6758
    118.4 Mpixels/sec

    Speech Recognition
    7204
    61.6 Words/sec

    Face Detection
    7281
    2.13 Msubwindows/sec

    Memory Copy
    4001
    11.1 GB/sec

    Memory Latency
    3007
    143.9 ns

    Memory Bandwidth
    3280
    17.5 GB/sec
     

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